By Cory Doctorow at 10:01 am Wed, Nov 30, 2011
This gingerbread AT-AT Walker is on display at Orange County's Discovery Science Museum. It's the creation of Black Market Bakery, and a fine addition to the AT-AT remixes we've featured over the years.
Another view of the AT-AT of gingerbread at the Discovery Science Museum...
My wife actually just finished making a Gingerbread Ewok Village for the Festival of Trees.. no pics online yet, but there will be hopefully by day’s end at her blog: http://theinfiniteyums.blogspot.com/
Her blog has been updated and now includes the Ewok Village, sorry to anybody that clicked over yesterday and it wasn’t there yet.
Pfft, so what? It can be tripped with a liquorice whip.
Nice. I’ve never thought an AT-AT looked particularly delicious until now…
Also nice to see the AT-AT with the cone of shame in the Boing Boing store article from a recent days was changed to link to the original design by Go Ape.
I showed my 6 and 9 year old kids and now they will bug mommy until she helps them make one of these. She is a pastry chef, so I am naturally saved from doing any of the hard work. I’ll mostly just get to admire and eat it.
People actually eat gingerbread houses?
Usually around Easter and after drinking a great deal of alcohol.
I think perhaps infrequently, but if my wife makes one of these, it will be lucky to make it through the photo shoot. :-D
Not as cool as the gingerbread TARDIS I made last year.
I want to split it open and crawl inside…
In case anyone’s wondering, the Discovery Science Museum is very much a typical watered-down kid-oriented science museum, but it wouldn’t be a bad place to take the kids. There are some very cool interactive things there. But if you’re used to bigger science museums, like the Ontario Science Center in Toronto I went to frequently as a kid, you (and your kids) will be sorely disappointed.
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